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Miami Beach extends for 9 miles along the coast, so you can swim, walk, relax and enjoy the white sand and the occasional ad streaming across the sky. The boardwalk is on the beach and goes all the way from South Beach to Bal Harbor. You can walk, run, bike, rollerblade, and look for iguanas!

Art Deco Historic District

1001 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

The Miami Beach Architectural District is a U.S. historic district within the South Beach neighborhood of Miami Beach. Bring your camera!

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Lincoln Road

Lincoln Road Mall is a pedestrian road running east-west parallel between 16th Street and 17th Street in Miami Beach. There are tons of shops, restaurants and bars, plus plenty of people-watching!

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Wynwood Walls Street Art

2520 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami

The murals of The Wynwood Walls have brought new life to this area. The district has attracted big names in street art from around the world. Be sure to venture beyond the official Wynwood Walls and check out the unique galleries, shops and restaurants located throughout Wynwood. Our favorite is Zak the Baker!

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Little Havana

Little Havana—the heart of Miami’s Cuban diaspora—is part of what makes Miami such a dynamic cultural destination. The neighborhood is centered around Calle Ocho (Southwest Eighth Street), a vibrant thoroughfare lined with Latin-inspired restaurants, bakeries, fruit stands, cigar shops, rum bars, art galleries and music venues. It’s also where you’ll find the famed Máximo Gómez Park (known as Domino Park),where locals gather to talk politics over heated games of dominoes.

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1100 NW 23rd St, Miami

The Rubell is a contemporary art museum featuring many interesting exhibitions and artists.

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Oleta River State Park

3400 NE 163rd St, North Miami Beach

The Oleta River State Park is a 1,043-acre state park on Biscayne Bay. This nature oasis has one of the largest Mangrove forests in Miami. You can walk around or rent kayaks to get a closer look at these unique trees and other wildlife.

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